Frequently Asked Questions
Does the White’s Farm flea market run all year?
Yes, our flea market operates every Wednesday from daylight until noon, year round.
What do I have to do to set up a booth at the flea market?
The process of setting up a booth is very simple. Vendors begin arriving on Tuesday evening and early Wednesday morning. The spaces in front of our large center barn are reserved. Spaces north of the center barn (toward the hill) are on a first-come, first-served basis unless marked. You may pay vendor fees at the office upon arrival or choose a space behind the barn and we will collect fees in the morning. If no one has collected your fee, please stop by the office to pay before leaving.
Do I need an Indiana retail sales tax certificate to be a vendor?
Indiana sales tax laws apply.1) You may apply for your own Indiana retail sales tax certificate and send your own tax collections to the State, OR,2) If you do not have an Indiana retail sales certificate you must collect the 7% sales tax which is payable at the White’s Farm office and will forwarded by us to the Indiana Department of Revenue.
May I sell food or drinks at the flea market?
NO. We have arrangements with our insurance carrier that any food concessions will be under the supervision of White’s Farm. Absolutely no food or drink may be sold for consumption at the flea market by vendors.
Are there restrictions on what I am allowed to sell?
You may sell anything which may be sold legally in Indiana except food, drinks, pornography, and racially insensitive material. **Please note any vendors dealing in the sale of live animals are required to provide adequate water, shade, and conditions for these animals. Failure to do so will result in dismissal from the market.
Information regarding firearms.
Both vendors and buyers are not permitted to carry firearms through the flea market.